Dominique was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma cancer. In this segment he talks about ways that he is able to cope with the disease and encourages others to look on a brighter side.
Lymphomas that involve a particular type of cell, called a Reed-Sternberg cell, are classified under the heading Hodgkin’s disease. There are several different subtypes of Hodgkin’s disease, based on how the cancerous tissue looks under a microscope. Learn more about Hodgkin lymphoma.
Decades of pediatric expertise, comprehensive treatment and support services make Norton Children’s Hospital an excellent choice for the treatment of all forms of childhood and adolescent cancers. For more information on our Cancer Care services, call (502) 629-KIDS.
The Coping Cart at Norton Children’s Hospital is designed to help ease children’s stress and anxiety.